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Wild Heart

Wild Heart

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by Jennifer Culbreth
     
 
Ani Forrest has spent most of her life trying to find the right path. She’s spent the last five years attempting to experience the world. But no matter how hard she tries, nothing ever feels right. With her father’s health failing, she finds herself back in the sleepy Tennessee town where she grew up.
However, fate has a choice for Ani to make, does

Overview

Ani Forrest has spent most of her life trying to find the right path. She’s spent the last five years attempting to experience the world. But no matter how hard she tries, nothing ever feels right. With her father’s health failing, she finds herself back in the sleepy Tennessee town where she grew up.
However, fate has a choice for Ani to make, does she resume the life she once had or does she take the opportunity for something different? Cash Roberts, the man who once held her heart, is vowing to win Ani back. But the temptation of something new is too strong to resist when a handsome stranger shows up in town. Knox O’Connell has brought his M.C. to Coker Creek in an attempt to get away from the anarchy and chaos of Ireland. The last thing he needs is the enticement of a free spirited woman. That is until she turns his world upside down.
Will Knox be able to win Ani over? In the midst of rival M.C. retaliation, will she be able to put her worries aside and follow the path that fate has given her or will she stay on the road that has always been familiar? What would you do if your past and present collided together, leaving you standing at a crossroad unsure of which path to take.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148999539
Publisher:
Jennifer Christine Culbreth
Publication date:
12/20/2013
Series:
The Wild Heart Series , #1
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Wild Heart 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. Has all you could want in a good MC book. Can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book though... Oh my.... I absolutely could not put it down once I hit 40%. I loved Aiyana aka Ani so much because she is so strong, independent and hard working. Cash was the love that didn't follow her to New York so she could make a career for herself. He is a sweetheart but you know they cant get back what he chose to give up. Knox is so sexy and passionate. He is part of a motorcycle club from Ireland and the complete opposite of what she has ever known. It is true sometimes that opposites attract. I loved all the relationships involved between Ani and her boys but Knox was my fav. He really put more heart into everything Ani. No matter what he always put her first and that is what any woman needs. This was an amazing book and now I will suffer waiting for the series to continue :(    Five stars have been granted :)  Natalie Behind The White Picket Fence
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I first started the book and saw the direction it was going I just wasn't sure what to expect from the story. It didn't take very long at all until I understood that Ani's visit to her past relationships was going to be the foundation for the events that rock her world. I should have known the Jennifer Culbreth had it all under control and was taking me exactly where she wanted me to go, lol. I have to tell you all, I loved the journey! It was definitely a wild ride, one I can't wait to continue on! Donna Cheatle
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KateAndMrT More than 1 year ago
I want to give the book a full five stars, as it was wonderful.  It was intense, exciting, funny and had me hooked.  The only problem was the ending...  I could have done without a good portion of the book if it meant I could have resolution.  Now, I might have been the only one who didn't know the book ended in a "to be continued", and sometimes if I'm expecting that I can deal, but I really do prefer series books that wrap up most of the issues!  It just seemed like there is a lot to be resolved in the next book and so while I enjoyed it while I was reading it, I was really let down to discover that I don't know how it ever ends.